Across the state of Ohio, 16 people are dead from traffic crashes over the July 4 weekend, according to statistics gathered by the Ohio State Highway Patrol.

This data, collected between July 3 and July 7, includes the fatal accident that happened in Trumbull County Sunday Morning.

Overall, the total number of fatal accidents is four more than last year and the same as 2022, according to the data.

Mahoning County made it in the top five counties in Ohio with the most traffic incidents at 792.

Meanwhile, Columbiana county saw 278 traffic incidents and Trumbull County saw 451 traffic incidents.

OSHP issued 3,000 safety belt and child safety seat violations.

Troopers also made 438 arrests for impaired driving and 72 for drug-related charges.

There were 648 crashes, 15 of which were fatal, according to the OSHP.

Additionally 1,368 citations were issued for distracted driving.